- Personal computers
- Resume software
- Fax machines
- Free access to the Internet for job searching
- Library of print materials including books, periodicals, and directories
Career Centers also provide assistive technology, including;
- Computers equipped with word processing software, Internet access, and multimedia equipment and height adjustable tables
- ZOOMTEXT software that magnifies onscreen text that allows the visually impaired consumer to read the screen in large text
- JAWS software which reads text for the visually impaired consumer
- Dragon NaturallySpeaking hands-free voice-activated software that allows a physically disabled person to type any document by using their voice
Visit a Career Center near you to take advantage of the resources available to assist with your job search. Contact the Career Center near you and ask about assistive technology that will work for you.
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